Inheritance Laws in an Islamic Society: Islamic Cultures Are Distinct in Everyway

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iUniverse, Aug 14, 2012 - Architecture - 264 pages
No Wills-No Discussions-No one can do anything. If you are the youngest in an Islamic family and no one talks about what happens when my father dies? what do I get? No one decides. It is already written.
 

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Contents

I PREFACE
7
II Death And Pre Burial Obligations
17
III INHERITANCE IN THE HOLY QURANBASICS OF INHERITANCE
19
CHAPTER 1
43
CHAPTER 2
51
CHAPTER 3
64
CHAPTER 4
73
CHAPTER 5
85
CHAPTER 11
159
CHAPTER12
173
CHAPTER13
175
CHAPTER 14
180
CHAPTER15
199
CHAPTER 16
204
CHAPTER17
212
CHAPTER18
218

CHAPTER 6
95
CHAPTER 7
105
CHAPTER 8
120
CHAPTER 9
123
CHAPTER 10
145
CHAPTER 19
224
CHAPTER 20
245
CHAPTER21
249
Glossary
251
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Murphy, currently a writer and working on his PhD in computer sciences at the University of Louisville. First book to be published with the devoted interest of educating the general public, globally, about an issue that is not socially discussed.

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